So what do you guy's use? I thought about using TOR but VPN is much easier and faster for the purpose that I want to use it for. So I looked up a few but still cannot decide. What you guys think?
Check this out. I use it, its free and its AMAZING. Softether VPN. Connect to servers anywhere for free, with a awesome IP. https://www.softether.org/ <<AMAZING SOFTWARE FOR FREE Download "VPN Client" And should give instructions to connect to servers. Really easy, 5 min setup and done.
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I use EZVPN. 1$ a month, servers located in Sweden, LA, Canada, Netherlands, Phoenix AZ, and Seattle WA. w/ a mixture of non-DOS protected and DOS Protected. The one in Netherlands has 10GB of DOS protection. Pretty good deal imo.
So many baddies in here. If you want a real VPN and not some overpriced simple shit, use Cryptostorm. They offer a free version and a paid. The free version works well and can usually get 720p streaming. It's unlimited but speed capped.
The paid version is the best.
I pay for it through bitcoin, but basically the way the VPN auth's you is through a token (what you buy basically).
I won't go into detail on the process, but the nodes are perfect. I believe the most populated one is Sweden. They also have OpenVPN configs if you aren't on windows like me most of the time. The windows client is very straight forward, just copy/paste your hashed token and connect to node of choice.
List of benefits:
webRTC IP Leak block. (vulnerability every browser has without special workarounds or plugin)
DNScurve ECC c25519. (Strongest DNS encryption)
In browser .onion access (TOR access through any browser using "magic" they won't disclose the process)
Almost no downtime.
Also, you could run a VPS with OpenVPN, but that's if you want full control and responsibility. I currently use a VPS to bounce my Cryptostorm IP to the VPS's IP to IRC.
Last edited by ZeroInsanity; 05-10-2015 at 11:01 PM.